Gail Samuelson lives and photographs in a semi-rural town west of Boston where she finds inspiration in the changing seasons and natural beauty of the New England landscape. Trained to make photographs through a microscope, she now focuses on the particulars of everyday moments of indoor and outdoor spaces, the natural world, and family life.
Samuelson’s landscapes, still lifes, and self-portraits have been exhibited at the Danforth and Griffin Museums, and at the Cambridge Arts Association, Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, PhotoPlace Gallery, 555 Gallery, and the Davis Orton Gallery. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Danforth Museum. She currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA.